Visual Arts Collective

Dated: 10/03/2014

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Now that Garden City is THE place for breweries and wineries, we need to jump back in time and remember the early businesses that took a chance on Boise's closest neighbor and hoped others would follow.   The Visual Arts Collective – or VaC, as many call it - has been showcasing art of all disciplines for quite a few years now, and we at Thinking Boise have been fans from the beginning, popping in to see amazing theater, music, and fine art. Check out their website for the latest events and artists' showcases.   Looking for event space? The VaC is available and can even supply servers and catering. Just email booking@visualartscollective.com.  
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